Jersey Boys' Michael Longoria to Release Christmas Album

Cast Recordings & Albums   Jersey Boys' Michael Longoria to Release Christmas Album
 
Merry Christmas Darling, from Broadway Records, will be available digitally and in stores November 9.
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Michael Longoria, known for his performances on Broadway in Hairspray and the original company of Jersey Boys, is releasing a Christmas album made up of holiday favorites. Merry Christmas Darling, Broadway Records' first Christmas album, will drop digitally and in stores November 9.

Merry Christmas Darling follows Longoria's debut solo album, Broadway Brick by Brick, which was released in 2016. The new album features a collection of Longoria's Christmas favorites with a '60s flair. Tracks include "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)", "All I Want For Christmas Is You," and "Last Christmas." The album will also debut an original song co-written by Longoria and Rona Siddiqui titled "Merry Me This Christmas."

Longoria will celebrate the album's release with his Birdland concert debut, set for December 10 at 8:30 PM. For tickets, click here.

<i>Merry Christmas Darling</i> Album Cover
Merry Christmas Darling Album Cover Broadway Records

Take a look at the track listing below:
1. Merry Christmas Darling
2. Sleigh Ride
3. My Only Wish (This Year)
4. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
5. Santa Tell Me
6. One More Sleep
7. Little Saint Nick (Featuring the Midtown Men)
8. Last Christmas
9. Christmas Waltz
10. All I Want for Christmas
11. Wrapped in Red
12. Miss You Most (At Christmas Time)
13. Happy Christmas (War Is Over)
14. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
15. Merry Me This Christmas

Merry Christmas Darling features arrangements by Siddiqui and is produced by Michael Croiter. For more information and to pre-order, visit BroadwayRecords.com.

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